(LOOS & CO., INC.) PURCHASE ORDER FLOWDOWN Rev10.09scf SUPPLIER QUALITY ASSURANCE PROVISIONS GENERAL QUALITY REQUIREMENTS The scope of the supplier’s efforts includes the following as defined in the purchase order: • Manufacture (or as necessary) and deliver the quantities called for in the purchase order, in accordance with the specifications and drawings listed. • Articles defined in the purchase order are subject to the applicable supplier quality assurance provisions contained herein. • Loos & Co., Inc. will list top level drawings and specifications in the applicable purchase order. It is the responsibility of the supplier to obtain all drawings and specifications as well as secondary and general support specifications. Should you be unable to obtain these documents, contact the materials manager/buyer. • The supplier is required to comply with the most current revision (date) of the supplier quality assurance provisions in effect at the time the purchase order is placed, for the life of the purchase order, unless otherwise notified by the materials manager/buyer. SQAP AC 21-20 (basis for SQAP is FAA Advisory Circular AC No. 21-20) (Applies to suppliers of FAA-PMA components)The supplier is acting under Loos & Co., Inc. quality system and all corrective actions requested by Loos & Co., Inc. are to be implemented. The following procedures are required: a) Quality System with quality manual (or top-level document). The supplier will maintain a Quality Assurance System in accordance with ISO 9001 (latest revision), or equivalent SAE AS9100. Obsolete specifications such as MIL-Q-9858A will be considered acceptable. A Quality Inspection System to obsolete specification MIL-I-45208 will also be considered acceptable (but not preferred). A copy of the supplier’s quality manual (or top-level document) is to be submitted for approval by Loos & Co., Inc. The supplier’s quality system is subject to surveillance by representatives of Loos & Co., Inc. and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). b) Design Data, Configuration Control. The supplier will not implement any changes to process, Loos & Co., Inc. drawings and/or specifications and/or materials without written approval from Loos & Co., Inc. c) Manufacturing Data. The supplier will maintain a batch or lot identification system that distinguishes one lot from another by use of (as applicable); shop travelers, routers, etc. d) Test and Inspections (Including Incoming) with records showing evidence of conformity. The supplier will perform a First Article Inspection (FAI) to verify that the part conforms to the approved data and any additional purchase order requirements, including, if necessary, destructive testing. A FAI should be conducted for any new production line, changes to the manufacturing/quality process such as drawing revision or delta change, or a new supplier. SAE AS9102 is an acceptable format in the establishment of first article process and procedure. e) Identification and Traceability. Material and processes used must be identified including any outside processing and be traceable by record to the purchase order imposed drawings and specifications. Records will be maintained. f) Competence and Training. The supplier will maintain a system where personnel performing work affecting conformity to product requirements will be competent on the basis of appropriate education, training, skills and experience. Appropriate records will be maintained. g) Calibration, traceable to a national standard. The supplier will maintain a calibration system in compliance to either ANSI/NCSL Z540, ISO 10012, ISO/IEC17025. Obsolete specifications such as MIL-STD-45662A will be considered acceptable. h) Handling, Storage (Segregation), and Packing including shelf-life and scrap items. The supplier will use good commercial practices for preservation and packaging of items supplied to Loos & Co., Inc. Limited-life materials will be identified by either 1) the date at which the useful life has begun [DOM]; or, 2) the date the useful life will be expended [expiration date], and, have at least 75% of their shelf life remaining at time of Loos & Co., Inc. receipt. i) Record Completion and Retention. Completed, legible documentation supporting the requirements of the purchase order will be maintained on file for a minimum of ten (10) years. This documentation will include, but not limited to, material certifications, manufacturing and inspection reports, and test reports. j) Nonconformities. The supplier is responsible for establishing controls to ensure that products / services not conforming to the purchase order are identified, segregated, dispositioned, and controlled to prevent inadvertent use. k) Conformity Document. The supplier will provide a Manufacturer’s Certificate of Conformance (C of C) document including any raw material or process certificates as acceptable proof of conformity with each shipment. The C of C, signed by an authorized individual, certifies that all product and/or services have met the requirements of the purchase order, including drawings and specifications at the prescribed revision level of the product and shall include: • Company’s name and address • Date of certification • Loos & Co., Inc.’s purchase order number • Loos & Co., Inc’s part number and revision (as it appears on the contract) • Part description • Quantity • Applicable material and test specifications and revision identification • Raw material heat lot number (if applicable) • Reference to Test Reports for all raw material, traceable by heat number • Identification of exceptions (these would include a deviation or waiver, if applicable) • Signature and title It is the supplier’s responsibility to review test reports and C of C’s of sub-tier purchased material or services. l) Provisions for Direct Delivery/Direct Shipment. not applicable m) Assistance for Continued Airworthiness. The supplier will immediately notify Loos & Co., Inc. of nonconforming items that have left the supplier’s quality system, and, contain, investigate for root cause and implement corrective action. n) Sub-tier Suppliers. The supplier will flow down all applicable Quality clause/provision requirements to their sub-tiers as specified in the Loos & Co., Inc. purchase order including any identified key characteristics and Approved Supplier List use. Loos & Co., Inc. must be notified of significant sub-tier supplier manufacturing problems. The supplier and any sub-tier supplier will use Boeing-approved special processors, manufacturers and their authorized distributors, and Boeing-approved sources of nondomestic raw materials, as required and listed in D1446, Boeing Approved Process Sources document found at http://www.boeing.com/companyoffices/doing o) Significant Change to the Quality/Inspection System. The supplier will notify Loos & Co., Inc. in writing of any adverse change in the status of their quality control system, including any location or transfer of supplier manufacturing operations, which may affect the quality of supply. p) Failures, Malfunctions, and Defects. The supplier must provide a disclosure notification letter to Loos & Co., Inc. in the event of any failure, malfunction or defect, which would affect previously delivered products. q) Access for the Production Approval Holder (PAH) and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). Loos & Co., Inc. (the production approval holder) reserves the right of access for Loos & Co., Inc., Loos & Co., Inc’s customer/Government/Regulatory Authorities (when accompanied by Loos & Co., Inc.) to all facilities and all applicable records involved in the purchase order. r) Language. All working documents such as the quality manual and technical/quality data must be in the English language and retrievable in a form acceptable to the FAA. s) Identification of Responsibilities. The supplier’s contract review personnel are responsible for flowing this SQAP to and through the supplier’s organization. t) Duration of the Supplier Arrangement. The purchase order and this SQAP.